The following camp directory lists some of the summer camps for K-12 students in engineering throughout the United States and Canada that are and were previously offered. The directory lists camps that have been hosted by Universities and research centers in the past. Please note that all camps may not be offered every year and that new camps and programs are currently being added. Old or unsuccessful programs are always being eliminated or modified. A substantial number of programs specifically target minorities, women, and other groups traditionally underrepresented in the sciences. The programs offered change frequently, and this database is not comprehensive. This is only meant to be a guide to aid your search for engineering education preparation tools. Many of the programs offer scholarships and may have application deadlines as early as January. If you are interested in a program, please email, call or write the organization listed for an application and the most current information available.
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High school seniors deciding among multiple college acceptances may wonder how they can be sure they are making the right choice. It is no small decision, as this selection will affect the course of their next four years academically, professionally and socially.
The following perspectives on college choice were offered via email by three current college students who feel they made the correct decisions – as well as one who did not.
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Attending an event for admitted students can help you make a final college choice – even if you’ve already visited campus.
Although admitted student days are often confused with prospective student days, these events are a distinct entity unto themselves. As their name implies, admitted student days are open only to students who have already been accepted to a particular college or university.
These are different from events aimed at prospective students, which are open to anyone who would like to attend. Admitted student days share several similarities with their prospective-student-focused counterparts, but as they are specifically designed for students with offers of admission, they can help families gauge what life on a given campus is like.
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A school's standing in the Best Colleges rankings can be affected if its entering students don't all submit test scores.The methodology for the U.S. News Best Colleges rankings has long used entering students' test scores as one way of measuring how schools compare in terms of their students' academic prowess.
This reflects the reality that a substantial majority of U.S. colleges and universities accept the ACT orSAT as an indicator of academic quality and require the scores for admissions decisions.
However, some four-year U.S. colleges are test-optional, meaning they do not require first-time, first-year, degree-seeking applicants to submit ACT or SAT scores for the purpose of admissions – the choice is left up to prospective students. There are other schools that do not use ACT or SAT scores in their admissions process at all.
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Hundreds of Colleges Still Accepting 2016 Applications Students should talk with a school's admissions office before putting together a late application. It's not too late to apply to college if you're looking to move into a dorm room and hit the books this fall.
There are more than 350 public and private colleges and universities still accepting applications for the fall 2016 semester, according to the National Association for College Admission Counseling's annual College Openings Update.
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The purpose of this summer educational pre-college program directory is to provide information about quality summer educational programs and camps to students, parents, and educators. The directory was started by educators to help connect students with valuable summer opportunities. The directory continues to be maintained by educators and is operated by MHH Educational Consulting, LLC.
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Dell Member Purchase Program (MPP) allows not only students and educators, but additional members of the community to purchase computers and tablets at the best prices offered. They offer Best Price Guarantee, electronic discounts from Dell and other non-dell products, and Members Exclusive Offers.
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Are you a student or an educator (Teacher, Homeschool Teacher, Faculty,etc) in need of an Apple Computer/iPad?
Shop the Apple Store for Education, save up to $200 on a new Mac, and up to $20 on a new iPad. Education pricing is available to college students, students accepted to college, parents buying for college students, faculty, homeschool teachers, and staff at all grade levels.*
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Middle School Institute
June 28-30, 2016
The Middle School Institute is designed to help 6th, 7th and/or 8th grade teachers increase the rigor of content so students develop the strong foundation necessary for success in secondary advanced academics and post-secondary courses. Content specific workshops are being offered for English, math, science and social studies middle school teachers.
When: Tuesday-Thursday, June 28-30, 2016, 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Where: Classes will be held on the Rice University campus.
Registration and orientation: Registration will take place from 7:30-8 a.m. Orientation will begin promptly at 8 a.m.
Tuition: $349 by May 6, 2015; $399 after May 6, 2015 (includes parking, lunch and materials).
Payments are accepted by credit card or purchase order. Registrations via credit card are confirmed immediately upon processing. Registrations made via PO are not considered confirmed until CCR receives the actual payment (check). If registering using a PO, payment (check) is due within 30 days of registration. Failure to submit timely payment may result in the cancellation of your registration.
Participants will receive up to 19.5 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit hours or 1.95 Continuing Education Units (CEU). SBEC Continuing Professional Education Provider Number 500571.
Course Cancellation Policy: Although we make every effort to maintain the published schedule of classes, events such as insufficient enrollment, instructor illness, room conflicts or inclement weather may require a schedule adjustment or cancellation. We will notify registrants of any change in the published information.
Special Needs: Most classrooms are accessible for all participants. However, some classrooms in older buildings may be inaccessible for people who use wheelchairs and/or other aids for mobility. Please notify us of any accommodations you require so that arrangements can be made to assist you (call 713-348-6031 or email email@example.com). We would appreciate at least two weeks’ notice. For information on Rice's Disability Support Services office, see dss.rice.edu.
For out of town participants, click here to download a list of area hotels.
Airport transportation: Transportation to and from the airport can be arranged through Super Shuttle at www.supershuttle.com or (800) BLUE-VAN (258-3826). Prices range from $19 one-way from Hobby Airport to $24 one-way from Bush Intercontinental Airport. Taxi transportation may be arranged starting at $27 from Hobby Airport and $51 from Bush Intercontinental Airport. Additional information can be found at www.fly2houston.com.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact the Susanne M. Glasscock School of Continuing Studies:
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**Information gathered from http://collegeready.rice.edu/middle-school-institute
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La Trobe Academic Excellence Scholarships for International Students (Australia)
La Trobe’s Academic Excellence Scholarships (AES) are targeted towards high achieving international students accepted in one of La Trobe’s undergraduate and postgraduate coursework programs. The scholarships are non-renewable tuition fee awards of A$10,000-$20,000 paid across a maximum period of two semesters. Click here for additional information.
Monash University International Merit Scholarships (Australia)
Monash University is offering a number of scholarship programs including the Monash University International Merit Scholarships for outstanding international students who wish to pursue an undergraduate or postgraduate degree offered at Monash University. The scholarship is valued at $10,000 for a full time study load paid per year. Click here for additional information.
Bologna University Study Grants for International Students (Italy)
The University of Bologna offers study grants to deserving international students who wish to register for First Cycle (Bachelors), Second Cycle (Masters) or Single Cycle Degree Programmes offered at the University of Bologna. Each study grant amounts to a total of €11,059 and is awarded for one academic year. Click here for additional information.
Sheffield Hallam University Transform Together Scholarships (UK)
Transform Together scholarships are open to international and European Union (non UK) students applying to study any full-time postgraduate or undergraduate taught course at Sheffield Hallam University. Half fee waiver (50%) is available for postgraduate courses and for each year of an undergraduate degree. Click here for additional information.
Lund University Global Scholarship Programme (Sweden)
The Lund University Global Scholarship Programme is targeted at top academic students who are citizens of countries from outside the European Union/European Economic Area (and Switzerland) and who wish to pursue a Bachelor’s or Masters Degree studies offered at the University. Scholarships may cover 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% of the tuition fee. Click here for additional information.
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